How will we achieve this?
The project has five main areas of activity: gathering case study data, developing organizational capacity, undertaking new sustainability experiments, designing practitioner toolkits and making policy recommendations. These are undertaken by research teams at a number of international universities (or Hubs) and with a diverse community of public sector, civil society and business partners.
Global Research Hubs
The TRANSFORM Hubs are coordinated and directed by a team at the University of Waterloo, Canada. The Hubs undertake the main research, learning and knowledge mobilization activities of the project, and also collaborate with partner organizations to help keep our work meaningful, engaged and up-to-date with business needs and decision-making environments.
Some of the TRANSFORM Project research leaders at the 2019 AGM.
Cross-Sector, Inclusive Partnership
As our network grows, so does our impact.
We have worked with incredible organizations across the world, in many sectors – manufacturing, consulting, service, not-for-profits, government partners, and others. They help us understand the real-world experience of transformational sustainability, and what it means to be a small business engaged in sustainable practices.
Our Recent Partners
Dr. Sarah Burch
Transform Project Director